Saturday sees trouble break out at the sea side.
Vintage Trouble appear in what promises to be a Futureworld and Mr H Present popular presentation.
Over recent years VINTAGE TROUBLE have stunned audiences worldwide; opening for The Rolling Stones and touring Europe/North America with The Who, Paloma Faith, AC/DC, Lenny Kravitz, Joss Stone and Willie Nelson - and playing their own sold-out headline shows worldwide.
And now they’re set for an amazing must-see show for Scarborough.
Debut album for Blue Note, 1 Hopeful Rd, produced by legendary triple Grammy winner Don Was builds on the ‘James Brown joined Zepp’ groove machine that is the mighty VINTAGE TROUBLE - blending blues, soul and riff-heavy rock & roll!
Do you love Ike & Tina, Little Richard and Chuck Berry? Do you love your r’n’b with a bit of attitude?
Over to the boys: “Old school soul, wildly unhinged, gut-punching get-on-yer-dancing-shoes formatted recklessness”.
“The heirs of rhythm and blues” - 6Music
“A modern-day Otis Redding - Vintage Trouble make music that’s a little bit of everything” - New York Times
Support comes from Slydigs http://www.slydigs.co.uk/ site.
The Grand Hall
Saturday 14 November / Doors 7.30pm